Bennett-Watkins Fire Rescue operates as a comprehensive fire department, boasting a dedicated team of around 70 extensively trained and state certified personnel. This team includes both career firefighters and reserve members. Covering a service area spanning approximately 365 square miles across the Town of Bennett, Town of Watkins, and unincorporated Adams and Arapahoe counties, Bennett-Watkins Fire Rescue ensures an all-hazard response.
Proudly serving a population of 9,000 district residents, Bennett-Watkins Fire Rescue handles approximately 1,300 service calls annually. The department's commitment to exceptional service is evident through its operation of three fully staffed fire stations, each equipped with Advanced Life Support (ALS) personnel.
Functioning as a vital emergency response district in one of the fastest-growing regions, encompassing Denver-Metro's premier developing town, Bennett-Watkins Fire Rescue embraces an all-hazards approach. The department recognizes the significance of each member's contribution and actively seeks professionals who are highly motivated and dedicated to fulfilling the district's mission, vision, and values.